JosephJune 18 08:46 am JST
In the USA they give you a certificate when vaccinated that tells the date, vaccine brand and lot number. I'm surprised they don't have this in japan. It's a simple card they write out in real time.
They do. Its the same in the US, UK, EU.
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El RataJune 17 04:46 pm JST
As far as I know you don't get a vaccination certificate when inoculated in Japan,
I'm afraid you don't know much. Because the vaccination coupons that people in Japan are getting to get vaccinated state in English "Certificate of Vaccination for COVID-19".
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Tom DoleyToday 07:58 am JST
Koreans are obsessed with things that happened over seventy years ago, yet they forgot all about the time North Korea bombed Yeonpyeong elven years ago, or the time North Korea killed and burned a South Korean diplomat only two years ago.
You’re comparing a few deaths to over a million deaths and rape.
When did the Japanese kill over a million Koreans? Japanese and Koreans haven't fought since the 1500s. There was no war between them that lead to the 1910 annexation, after which Koreans were Japanese citizens. As for "rape" over 250,000 Korean men served in the Imperial Armed Forces and made use of the Comfort Stations. Typical anti-J nonsense removed from history.
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Michael MachidaToday 01:52 pm JST
" You actually believe that Japan has no idea what China is up to? LOL..."
Yes. I do. The way Japan handled the Pandemic is a clear sign that the Japanese Government cannot understand how to handle life's emergencies because they are inward thinkers. So, yes. I do.
Guess you don't read much.
"The Japanese Self-Defense Forces' first amphibious fighting unit went into full operation on Saturday, with its main mission being to defend the country's remote southwest islands in the face of China's growing maritime assertiveness."
"The white paper described “relentless” intrusions in waters around a group of islets claimed by both nations in the East China Sea, known as the Senkaku in Japan and the Diaoyu in China.In the South China Sea, it said Beijing was asserting territorial claims by establishing administrative districts around disputed islands that forced countries distracted by the virus outbreak to respond."
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"Kim Jong Un has said his country needs to prepare for "both dialogue and confrontation"
So I guess we're in for some confrontational dialogue.
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Michael MachidaToday 08:23 am JST
Im not a Military Expert by any stretch of the imagination, however everyone except the Japanese can understand what China's military is up to.
You actually believe that Japan has no idea what China is up to? LOL
Here's what China is up to. No big secret.
"Xi Jinping orders China’s military to be ready for war ‘at any second"
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Have fun in space while the rest of us continue to suffer from the pandemic your country gave us.
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Septim DynastyToday 05:26 pm JST
Meanwhile, Japan can't do the same.
They are landing on and bringing back samples from asteroids. Japan's space program, like the EU works with NASA. The Chinese are not invited.
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Seems to me that if China has the resources to pursue a space program maybe they should be helping the world overcome the massive damage that they caused with the pandemic instead. The country that tried to cover up information since November 2019 and still won't come clean really doesn't deserve any praise.
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AlexToday 05:15 pm JST
go toe-to-toe with the USS Ronald Reagan.
Such a ship would be an easy target for a Chinese hypersonic missile
China doesn't feel that way, not enough to take a gamble.
"Pentagon Official Says U.S. Can 'Take Down' Man-Made Islands Like Those in the South China Sea"
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South Korea unliterally took the Liancourt Rocks in 1952. Japan has requeted ICJ settlement 3 times and SK has refused. Instead they carry out annual military exercises to "protect" the rocks from invasion, by a country that has a constitution that prohibits them from using military force to settle territorial disputes. What a country.
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As long as he remains outside the jurisdiction of any Court, he isn't "fighting". He's just feeding his intellectually challenged followers unproven claims and allegations. If he presented himself before a Court and presented his defense arguments, then he would be "fighting". He is a very smart man, others will fall for him.
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It was the fifth straight year for Tsai's Democratic Progressive Party-led government not to receive an invitation to attend the annual gathering due to mainland China's opposition.
China politicizing the global effort to combat the pandemic which they created.
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One day when the CCP is gone and China becomes a unified democratic nation that will play a constructive role in the international stage, China will be welcomed. Until then it can take a long walk off a short pier.
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Rather than hiring that expensive Boston law firm to fight the extradition, the Taylors should have come to Japan on their own. They would have gotten 1 year suspended if that, instead of a failed attempt to resist extradition followed by a huge US legal bill, and ensuring that the Tokyo prosecutors won't cut them any slack. The arguments Ghosn uses to bailjump and remain outside of Japanese jurisdiction are only good for someone who has escaped. They are not a defense because they are not presented in Court, just an excuse to justify the flight. Japan has a 99% conviction rate because the prosecutors don't indict unless they are 99% sure that they'll get a conviction. The Taylors should have bypassed Boston and retained a Tokyo criminal defense firm from the get-go.
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MarkToday 08:35 am JST
Crossbows are just as deadly as a Pistol, even more deadly since it makes little sound! surprised Japan did not have a laws yet??
No they are not. While they can obviously kill silently, they are not as concealable as a Pistol and being single shot with redrawing time, nowhere near as deadly as a Semi Automatic pistol with a 10-15 round magazine. Not even a 5-6 round revolver.
That said, They certainly should be regulated in Japan. Meantime, Japan should allow for Bowhunting with longbows/compounds.
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robert maesToday 01:37 pm JST
And as soon as possible she will come to Japan for a hero’s welcome just because she speaks Japanese. And stay here. Student visa probably.
She is also fluent in English so the UK and elsewhere are options as well.
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Time for Taiwan to officually declare independence, join the UN and sign defense agreements with the rest of the world. Frankly, I would like to see a US military presence in Taiwan itself until China agrees to never use force against it.
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TARA TAN KITAOKAJune 9 11:01 pm JST
Please stop your paranoia and take care of this convid problems first. what a waste of time!!!
Which your country gifted to the entire world.
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China has replaced communism with nationalism to keep the populace together and for years boasted about it's ability to turn nationistic fervor on and off like a faucet. Looks to me like it might be out of the CCP's control.
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Japan's Self-Defense Forces will protect Australian military assets in noncombat situations,
Ok. So what would they be protecting them from?? lol
Seriously, the writing is on the wall that the Democratic nations of the world will not allow China to disrupt the "peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait". Like by invading Taiwan. China needs to get over it.
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Says the country that politicizes everything. And lies to boot.
Beijing got the 2008 Olympics on the promise that they would liberalize and move closer towards democracy.
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Democratic nations, despite sometime differences in opinions and positions, are friends in time of need. Autocracies on the other hand have no real friends, only adversaries and those subservient to their power.
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The delay in vaccination in Japan is due to the unprepared and shorthanded human/medical resources together with the usual bureaucratic snail speed approvals, not with vaccine supplies. So giving away vaccines to other friendly Asian nations isn't a problem.
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P. SmithToday 06:30 pm JST
Don't trust that snake, Putin. Only once Russia returns the Northern Territories should treaty negotiations commence
To whom should these islands be returned? Japan disclaimed sovereignty over these islands in the SF Peace Treaty in 1951.
Certainly not to the USSR/Russia who was not even a signatory to the SF Peace Treaty. For this reason the US, UK consider the Southern Kuriles Japanese terrority under Russian afdministration (occupation). The decion should have been made by the signatory nations.
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TrailwalkerToday 12:09 am JST
@reasonandnowisdomnippon, are you kidding? Your comments are the very reason South Korea continues to bring up the past. Japan raped and pillaged across Asia, and that is why at the surrender of World War II, Japan lost the right to claim the island referred to by Korea as Dokdo. Japan is no victim!
Complete nonsense. Imperial Japan "raped and pillaged" across Asia but their military included some 2million Korean soldiers who served willingly. And made use of the Comfort Stations as well.
The Liancourt Rocks had nothing to do with Japan's surrender in 1945. They were unilaterally taken in 1952 by South Korea when they imposed the Syngman Rhee Line. The one sided action so alarmed the Uniyed States that they advised Japan to request settlement at the ICJ. To date Japan has requested THREE times and each tome South Korea has refused, obviousky because they have no confidence in winning in an objective international forum.
You need to do some reading on WWII history and placement of the "Korean Government in Exile", which existed on an anti-Japan platform to establish the ROK after 1945.
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Tom DoleyToday 05:17 pm JST
I don't know about South Korea. Not really sure whose side they are on.
No different to Japan. Only difference is Korea is upfront about it and Japan does secret deals with China behind closed doors. Double standards ne?
Maybe on your planet South Korea is a member of QUAD and conducts FON exercises with US allies.
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